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MSNBC
Oct 8, 2012 1:00pm PDT
paul brown from georgia has done with considerable gusto. >> all this stuff i was taught about evolution, embryology and big bang theory, all that is lies straight from the pit of hell. as your congressman, i hold the holy bible as being the major directions to me on how i vote in washington, d.c. >> one wonders if those views are now shared by the republican nominee, mitt romney. joy reid is an msnbc contributor and the managing editor of thegrio.com, and matt miller is a columnist for "the washington post" and also an msnbc contributor. joy, i have to start with you. i always thought that embreology came from the wound but congressman brown, who serves the house science, space, and technology committee says it comes straight from the pit of hell. which is it? >> that would be the pit of hell. clearly when -- pit of hell. when first learned how to mount and ride the dinosaurs and the earth being 9,000 years old, god gave him the choice of whether he was going to have bible or science and reason. clearly man has gone down the route of hell by choosing science and reason. >> mat
MSNBC
Oct 2, 2012 4:00pm EDT
we swed earlier between mr. brown and miss elizabeth warren? >> na is sort of textbook how not to run against a female candidate. remember when rick lazio when he ran against hillary clinton and the way he was aggressive and sort of came off like a jerk. the difficulty in debating a woman, it came up debating sarah palin, is that there's a way you handle debating a woman on television so you don't want to look like the heavy and you definitely don't want to look like you're condescending to her or talking down to her. i think scott brown did himself a world of harm in the way he came across. >> because scott brown has always been regarded as a likable chap. you might not like his policies but he's had an affect which people have found warm and personalable. >> i think in this debate and the previous debate he's ruined that image for himself. he's been seen as sort of like a bully. he keeps going after her on this native american question, just over and over again. his campaign is almost centered on it. even when they asked him a question, a sort of fluffy question about the red so
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